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To Do: Checklist of Forms & Tasks
Move-In Day is almost here! We look forward to seeing you Thursday, August 24.
Here is your Orientation E-newsletter with all the details you'll need for the big day. Plus, check out the info on the tabs below to make sure you have taken care of everything else you need to do before you arrive on campus.
Did you remember to ...
- Submit your health form? You'll need to complete to get your keys!
- Complete your Common Reading assignment? It's due at your first Perspectives class (Aug. 25).
- Register your vehicle (if bringing one to campus)?
Create your Password and Access your Student Email Account
Approximately one week after you have paid your deposit, you'll receive an email message from Susquehanna with instructions on how to create your password and access your Susquehanna (@susqu.edu) student email account. This will be sent to the personal email account you supplied with your application.
Login to the mySU Portal
After you access your student account, be sure to check out mySU! This internal communications portal will be an important resource tool for you as a student. You will need your username and password to gain access.
Your Housing Assignment
Housing and roommate assignments are now available online (via mySU). Login and go to the Self-Service Menu and look under the Student Information/ Housing and Roommate Lookup. Still need to complete your housing form or apply for a commuter exemption? Submit your housing profile form ASAP but know that notification of assignment may be delayed.
Your Class Schedule
Your first semester class schedule is now available online (via mySU). Login and go to the Self-Service Menu and look under the Student Information/Academic Profile. If you changed your mind about your intended major or have questions about your courses, you will have an opportunity to discuss with your faculty advisor during Orientation.
Your Common Reading Assignment
Don't forget to read Perspectives on Conflict before you arrive to campus. A copy was delivered at Preview Days or mailed to your home. You can also access the anthology and assignment details via mySU. Read more about this nationally recognized SU tradition! Your assignment is due on the first day of your Perspectives class.
Your Math Placement Form
Your math placement form was due on May 31 and was used to place you in the appropriate mathematics/analytic thought class. Please submit ASAP if you've not yet done so in the event you'll need to make adjustments to your course schedule.
Other tasks to complete
Your Financial Authorization and Responsibility Form
You have certain financial obligations as student—this form spells them out and lets you designate persons with authorization to discuss your billing, financial aid and related student financial account information. This form was due June 3—submit ASAP.
Your University Health Record
Your university health record form was due July 15 and needs to be completed to get your room keys at Orientation. If you did not submit yet, be sure to get your physical and immunizations before coming to campus and bring your forms with you.
Read other helpful information about the health center services and policies before coming to campus.
Dive into SU SPLASH!
Staff from the Johnson Center for Civic Engagement (JCCE) will be in touch with those students who applied for SPLASH (Students Promoting Leadership and Awareness through Serving the Homeless. The weeklong service experience, working alongside SU faculty, staff and peer mentors in Selinsgrove and Washington, D.C., will be held the week before Move-In Day (Aug. 18–24).
SU GIVE: Accommodation Form
All first-year students will join together in a day of service, called SU GIVE, on Saturday, August 26. If you have physical limitations or need other accommodation, please complete and submit this form to the Johnson Center for Civic Engagement. Learn more about this SU tradition, here.
SU GIVE: T-Shirt Orders
T-shirts are now on sale for SU GIVE! Proceeds will benefit the JCCE's mission of community outreach. Available for a limited time only, so order yours now!
Helpful Info to Get You Ready!
What Activities Interest You?
You'll have many opportunities to get involved at SU! To help us connect you with areas of interest, please review this descriptive list of current organizations and complete our Student Interest Survey before you arrive to campus.
What to Pack
We've done the planning for you! Refer to this handy what to pack for college list when you do your shopping this summer.
Before you Buy a Computer...
Register Your Vehicle
Bringing a car to campus? We have convenient student-designated parking. Register for your parking sticker in mySU. Parking permits are $30 and will be billed directly to your account.
We See It Already, You Have Merit!
Be sure to complete the publicity release form before you come to campus. Shortly thereafter, you'll receive email notification to claim your Merit page, a tool for sharing news of your achievements and activities at Susquehanna with families and friends. Learn more at susqu.edu/Merit.